Lazio, the Italian team, qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League competition, despite tying it with its club, Club Brugge, with two goals to two.
Lazio faced its guest Club Brugge this evening, Tuesday, at the Olympic Stadium, in the framework of the sixth and final round of the European competition’s group stage.
Joaquin Correa put the Italian team in the lead in the 12th minute, before the visitors equalized the score by Rod Former in the 15th minute.
Lazio defeats Club Brugge 2/1
At the 27th minute, Ciro Immobile brought the hosts back to the front again with a penalty kick, and Hans Vanaken scored the equalizer for the away team in the 76th minute.
With that result, Al-Nisour reached 10 points in second place in the Group Six ranking table, while the Belgian team ranked third with 8 points and qualified for the European round.
In another match, Borussia Dortmund defeated its Russian host Zenit with one goal, to climb to the final price as the leader of his group.
Sebastian Driussi scored the lead for Zenit in the 16th minute, then Lucas Pecic scored the equalizer for the German team in the 68th minute, and Axel Vetsel snatched the winning goal for the guests in the 78th minute.
The balance of the Vestalian Lions rose to 13 points at the top of Group F, while the Russian team stuck to one point, fourth.